The Menlo Park Sidewalk Fine Arts & Crafts Fall Fest turned a length of Santa Cruz Avenue into an outdoor gallery in early October.
The telegraphs, radios and record players that clutter Paul DeMarinis’ Palo Alto studio are more than just the paint and canvas for his art or the mechanisms of his creations — they are the subjects as well.
A photographer and fashionista, Amy Martin-Friedman has used her art since 2009 to raise about $300,000 for women’s shelters seeking to break the cycle of domestic or spousal violence.
This Oakland nonprofit industrial arts education center is celebrating its 15th anniversary. It serves approximately 5,000 students per year and offers classes in 16 unique fields.
From Orange County, Calif., William Wilkerson has perfected his craft in realism. Art has been his means of expression for many years and when time allows, William paints beautiful realistic paintings.
As costs of living continue to climb in San Francisco, many artists are finding the city to be an increasingly difficult place for them to live, work and create. Queer artist collective Feyboy recently moved to Oakland.
The inaugural Silicon Valley Contemporary and Modern Fine Art Fair showcased the merging of art, science and technology through a focus on video art and digital installations from around the world.
With declining funding for public school art programs, the Mural Music & Arts Project has stepped in to fill an important void, offering year-round youth programs.
Scores of Peninsula residents came out to witness the official lighting ceremony for “Aurora,” the buzzed-about installation piece by artist Charles Gadeken.